Angus

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Angus is a 1995 film about an overweight boy who is humiliated by his peers. In 1995, Rivers Cuomo was approached by the film's producers to write a song for the film's soundtrack. He read the script and wrote the song "Wanda (You're My Only Love)" (the verses of which summarize the movie's plot). This acoustic ballad was rejected by the producers for not sounding enough like Weezer. Rivers was hurt by this rejection but eventually submitted "You Gave Your Love to Me Softly", a more up-tempo number. "Wanda" was eventually released on "Alone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo" in 2007.

Soundtrack track listing

  1. "J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)" - Green Day
  2. "Jack Names the Planets" - Ash
  3. "Enough" - Dance Hall Crashers
  4. "Kung Fu" - Ash
  5. "Back to You" - The Riverdales
  6. "Mrs. You and Me" - Smoking Popes
  7. "You Gave Your Love to Me Softly" - Weezer
  8. "Ain't That Unusual" - Goo Goo Dolls
  9. "Funny Face" - The Muffs
  10. "White Homes" - Tilt
  11. "Deep Water" - Pansy Division
  12. "Am I Wrong" - Love Spit Love

See also